What We Do
- Show how the use of primary care data to understand trends in diabetes health can foster collaboration between researchers and people with diabetes.
- Develop a data repository that can identify high-risk patient populations and facilitate shared decision-making based on clinical practice guidelines, ultimately leading to improved health outcomes.
- Highlight the ways we can improve diabetes care and prevent the complications of diabetes by analyzing and comparing population health data from trusted, secure national and international sources.
National Diabetes Repository Facilitates Research on Drug Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes
National Diabetes Repository a Game Changer for Research
Data Champions Grant Helps Support Diabetes Action Canada Programs
Using data to improve health care
Episode four discusses how we can use data to improve health care. Guests Devin Cleary and Dr. Alanna Weisman discuss their research projects in this area – in particular how they are trying to improve outcomes for people with type 1 diabetes.
Using Data to Change Lives
Episode six features Kylie Peacock, a Diabetes Action Canada Patient Partner and Conrad Pow, a Senior Project Manager at Diabetes Action Canada discussing the National Diabetes Repository and how Diabetes Action Canada is using data to change lives.